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Loving ASP.NET, C#, HTML5 and JavaScript.


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comment Is doing two things on one line always a bad practice?
If these two things are very simple and easy to read I would put them on one line.
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answered What are the differences between abstract classes, interfaces, and when to use them
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accepted creating object parameters in {}?
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comment creating object parameters in {}?
Ah, I am enlightened, excellent explanation.
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asked creating object parameters in {}?
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comment Instantiating Interfaces in C#?
Ah that is interesting, interface acts almost like a filter, neat stuff!
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accepted Instantiating Interfaces in C#?
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comment Instantiating Interfaces in C#?
Hmm, I see. So what would itPt be after he declares it as a variable? It is not a class or a data storing variable, right?
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comment How much do they study in the best universities, relative to the other universities?
I like the UK system then, there are lots of people in first year Canadian programs that should not be there, but the university makes a killing this way so they let it be, it is a business like any other.
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asked Instantiating Interfaces in C#?
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comment How much do they study in the best universities, relative to the other universities?
Most. I have spoken to enough Profs and TAs to confirm this. My experience is from 4-5 Canadian Universities (not going to mention names here). It is not official, but most schools cannot handle the capacity to pass 5000 first year students into second year, thus, there is a cutoff. For example, if too many people are passing after midterm, you can bet the exam is going to be a killer, for that reason.